Dave Canales set for second Ravens offensive coordinator interview

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The Ravens may be moving closer to finding their next offensive coordinator.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Seahawks quarterbacks coach Dave Canales will have a second interview for the vacancy. It’s the first word about a candidate moving on to a second interview with the team.

Canales has been on the Seahawks staff since 2010 and has also served as the team’s wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator at points in his tenure. His work with Geno Smith during the 2022 season likely helped push him into the mix for a move up the coaching ladder.

While Canales will be meeting with the team a second time, the Ravens are reportedly still having initial conversations with candidates. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that Bills wide receivers coach Chad Hall will interview for the position on Wednesday.

3 responses to “Dave Canales set for second Ravens offensive coordinator interview

  1. Lamar tagged at 45 million and they still can’t attract a proper hire. lol

    This is juicy!

  2. The Ravens new OC needs to be able to make good in-game decisions. Hiring a guy without any NFL game calling experience is a risk, but they are at the NFL level for a reason. I don’t want a yes man to Harbaugh. I want someone confident, aggressive, a good clock manager, but most importantly smart. I want them to go after weaknesses on the other team and not just try to force feed their game plan if it isn’t working. I hope the Ravens are doing their due diligence in the interview process.

  3. Harbs will hire someone who won’t be a threat to his job, so expect a retread, unless the front office forces one on him like they did with Kubiak.

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